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Coverdesign: Saul Bass
       
Stomu Yamash'ta: Go
April 1976
1 Solitude
02:57
   
2 Nature
02:32
   
3 Air Over
02:32
   
4 Crossing The Line
04:46
   
5 Man Of Leo
02:02
   
6 Stellar
02:53
   
7 Space Theme
03:12
   
8 Space Requiem
03:20
   
9 Space Song
02:00
   
10 Carnival
02:46
   
11 Ghost Machine
02:06
   
12 Surfspin
02:25
   
13 Time Is Here
02:46
   
14 Winner/Loser
04:10
   
Recorded: February 1976, London
First Release: April 1976, on Island (ILPS 9387 1976)
CD: 25 April 2005, 2CD on Raven Records, Australia (RVCD182)
Performed by: Stomu Yamashta (synthesizers, percussion, tympani and others), Steve Winwood (piano, vocal, organ, electric piano, string synthesizers), Michael Shrieve (drum kit), Klaus Schulze (synthesizers), Rosko Gee (bass), Chris West (rhythm guitar), Pat Thrall (guitar), Junior Marvin (guitar), Al DiMeola (guitar), Hisako Yamashta (violin and voice), Bernie Holland (guitar), Lennox Langton (congas), Brother James (congas), Paul Buckmaster (wind and string section arrangements)
Produced by: Dennis McKay and Stomu Yamashta with Paul Buckmaster.
All songs written by Stomu Yamashta and Michael Quartermain, except "Winner / Loser" by Steve Winwood
During the recording sessions with the 'Far East Family Band' Schulze met Stomu Yamash'ta, who was looking for a synthesizer player for a recording project. Between January and March of 1976 he joined Stomu, Steve Winwood, Mike Shrieve and several others in English studios. The project was announced as 'Superband of the Eighties'. The result of this period is the LP 'Go' . There where also two sold out concerts: Royal Albert Hall in London (29 May 1976) and Palais des Sports, Paris (12 June 1976). This second concert was released on 2LP as 'Go - Live from Paris'.

Klaus told in an interview in 1984 a funny story about the really fast guitarplaying Al DiMeola (part of the interview can be found on Jubilee Edition, CD 20, track 3).

'Go', 'Go - Live From Paris' and 'Go Too' are released as 'The Complete Go Sessions', a 2CD set in a limited edition (2,500 copies worldwide).